About Baby Sensory and Toddler Sense

The award winning programmes have been running for 8 years in Adelaide and focus on brain development through play and fun. Every session is jam-packed with fabulous activities and fun adventures to help your child develop vital physical, communication, social and intellectual skills that form the foundation of all future learning. Toddler classes include additional opportunities for your child to burn off all that energy! Classes run in Tusmore, Para Hills, Woodville and Morphett Vale in their dedicated WOW Sensory Centres as well as throughout Adelaide including Maslins Beach, Glenelg, Mt. Barker, Coromandel Valley, Magill, Modbury and Gawler.

They know just what keeps your babies and toddlers happy, busy, motivated, interested and excited to learn! Join their exciting world of magic and adventure in a safe and happy environment – there’s always something new and wonderful to look forward to! If you want to give your child the very best start before school, catch up on the latest news with other mums and dads, make new friends, create magical memories, and make learning the highlight of your child’s life, come along and see what they do!

Benefits of attending Baby Sensory and Toddler Sense

Every session includes activities that have developmental reasons behind them to develop vital physical, communication, social and intellectual skills that form the foundation of all future learning.

The aims of their classes are:

  • to create bonding opportunities between caregiver and child
  • to help caregivers make friends and new connections
  • to provide developmental information that will help caregivers understand their child better
  • to lay crucial brain foundations to enhance all future learning
  • to promote a positive attitude to exercise
  • to keep children mentally alert
  • to develop imagination and creativity
  • to promote social and emotional development
  • to enhance language and communication skills
  • to develop an understanding of the world in a fun and energetic way

What do parents say about Baby Sensory and Toddler Sense classes?

“Toddler Sense definitely has the WOW factor! The moment we stepped through the door we were amazed by the bright and colourful equipment. From bouncy castles to balancing beams, it was so impressive. Charlie was in heaven exploring straight away!” Jemima Webb.

“I cannot recommend these classes enough – they are fantastic!! My little girl has enjoyed every minute of them. The Class leader is fabulous and does an excellent job of keeping everyone entertained and interested. Every session is different and it’s never repetitive. In my opinion, it’s one of the best toddler classes available.” Leanne Nightingale.

We have been comming for 3 terms and it has been so much for baby and me. Classes have explored much with lots of different themes. No week is ever the same. Always friendly and relaxed feeling.” Kate Hales.

”I’m so happy we signed up for baby sensory. Wish we did it sooner! Aubrey loves it and has started doing hand actions to songs after only two sessions. It’s also helping her to get over her shyness when we go out. So worth it! Unfortunately she’ll be graduating at the eve of the term but can’t wait until you start doing toddler sensory!” Alli Foster

“Both my boys have loved Toddler Sense – a brilliant combination of toddler-led soft play equipment followed by teacher-led activities/music and movement! The Class Leader is fantastic – full of energy. I highly recommended these classes!”  Emma Wearn.

“My first Toddler Sense session was a couple of years ago, with my eldest daughter. I watched her grow in confidence every week and I really liked that way classes helped satisfy her inquisitive nature by continually providing numerous types of sensory equipment, alongside lots of different themes. I now take my youngest daughter to Toddler Sense. The classes are a perfect opportunity for me to focus on my daughter. The added bonus is that I am almost certainly guaranteed an afternoon nap from my little one on the day that Toddler Sense runs!” Andrea Odell.

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